- Sep 19, 2016
2.2 Million Acres of New Protected Jungle In Sarawak
By January next year the state of Sarawak will open a new department of national parks and wildlife in a landmark action. They are already in the process of adding several new totally protected areas (TPA’s) to the list to make up around 3.3 million acres.
- Sep 09, 2016
Are you living the #NoFilter life? Sabah is calling and you must go.
It's called Wanderlust. and it's contagious. usually incurable. Our guests travel thousands of miles for something Special, Raw, & Unfiltered. Because truth be told, Borneo is a pretty epic venue for that, and it delivers with a photogenic tapestry of spiritual cloud-high mountains, expansive river vistas and ancient rainforests not only beckoning your gaze but also teaching you to live the #NoFilter life. Don't believe us? we've got evidence from our gutsy guests grammin all across Borneo.
- Aug 31, 2016
SeaTango Sunset Cruise
There is no doubt that Borneo has some of the best sunsets in the world, people flock from all over the world to the beaches, islands and waterfronts to treat themselves to this magical moment.
- Aug 29, 2016
Top UNESCO World Heritage Sites of SE Asia Part 4
Now for something truly wild, in this part 4 of our UNESCO SEAsia blog we visit the home of the fearsome Komodo Dragon, Komodo Island, Indonesia. Also we will be taking a look at the only UNESCO site in SEAsia that is classified as critically at risk: the incredibly biologically and geologically diverse Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra.
- Aug 24, 2016
Top UNESCO World Heritage Sites of SE Asia Part 3
In this part 3 of our special on Southeast Asia's top UNESCO sites we travel to Vietnam. The surreal semi submerged pinnacles of Ha Long Bay look like they should be on the cover of some science fiction or fantasy novel and the myths and legends behind them are equally at home in such a publication. Likewise the ancient temples that make up My Son Sanctuary have a mystic, pre-historical feeling that is remeniscent of an Indiana Jones or Tomb Raider movie. It is for these contributions to Southeast asia's rich cultural and geological histories that UNESCO has declared them world heritage sites.
- Aug 23, 2016
Top UNESCO World Heritage Sites of SE Asia Part 2
Together, these locations make up some of the most mystical places in Asia, shrouded in myth and legends, only recently accessable to mass tourism and unbelievably biodiverse.. they simply cant not be on your SE Asia bucket list!
- Aug 19, 2016
The Day-trippers' Guide To Sabah
Snuggled between sun-dappled coastlines and a forested mountain range, there's plenty of reasons to stick around Sabah's state capital Kota Kinabalu. From fantastic waterfront seafood feasts to tropical island-hopping to a steam train ride back into the bygone era, whether you prefer to be spontaneous, follow your noses or intuitions, here's an extra nudge to get you started on your day-tripping agenda :
- Aug 17, 2016
Top UNESCO World Heritage Sites of SE Asia Part 1
In this Part 1 of our guide to the top UNESCO WHS of SE Asia we will be taking a look at two of the most precious UNESCO sites in south east Asia, Kinabalu National Park in Sabah, Malaysia and Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
- Aug 16, 2016
Backpacking Survival Guide Borneo - What to Pack?
This article is aimed at travellers who want to be as flexible as possible without carting around an 80kg bag full of stuff you will likely never use.
- Aug 02, 2016
Myths And Facts About The Durian
Considered a delicacy by some and gross to others, durian fruit is one of those things you either love it or hate it. Most south east Asians absolutely love it, for the rest of us its kind of hit or miss. Ignore the smell, you really have to try it to know if you like it or not.